Morgins Yannick Ecoeur Trophy

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Created in honor of Morgins champion Yannick Ecoeur, winner of the legendary Patrouille des Glaciers in 2010, the MYET is an autonomous ski mountaineering race in patrols of two.
The Morgins Yannick Ecoeur Trophy (MYET) committee is organizing the 10th edition of the popular ski mountaineering race in Morgins.

Practical information:
- The route remains unchanged (Morgins - Grand Jeur - Combe de Bonavau - Morgins) and offers a 14 km course with 970 meters of ascent.
- The race is above all family-friendly.
- The race is run by teams of two runners. It is open to women's, men's and mixed teams.
At the end of the race, prizes are awarded by drawing lots.
- The minimum age of competitors is set according to the different categories below

Several categories are proposed:
- Families (2 generations)
from age 10 for the two-generation "family" category (one young person with one adult)
- Fun-pop from age 18
- Performance from age 18
- Ladies from age 18
- Juniors (boys and girls aged 13 to 18).

- Online until midnight January 11 (online registration below)
- Last-minute registration on site between 7:30 and 8:40 a.m. (+ CHF 5.-)
OpeningsSaturday 13 January 2024 between 7.30 am and 2.30 pm.
Program :
> 07:30: Race number collection at the Sports Center
> 09:00: Start from the Sports Center
> 14h00: Results and prize-giving ceremony at the Salle de la Jeur
Pasta party organized at Salle de la Jeur after the competition.
Event details
  • Sport :
    • Ski
    • Ski mountaineering
  • Sports :
    • Competitive sport


13/01/2024 - 13/01/2024
Full price45.00€
CHF 45 per patroller (online)
CHF 50 per patroller (on-site)
Meal included in registration fee
Comité de Morgins Yannick Ecoeur Trophy (MYET)
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Phone : +41 79 236 57 13
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